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Sarracenia Pond


By Siris

Sarracenia Pond (Sarracenia)

A selection of Sarracenia in the small pond with Digitalis ferruginea in the soil to the right and Primulas and Water Iris to the left.

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Wow thats full of different plants great show.

30 May, 2018


Fab selection of colour


31 May, 2018


Thank you both. The Pitchers are in 1/2 of the small pond. That awful netting is a cage to stop the Crow getting at my pond fish. It's been sitting on the garage roof eyeing up the pond.

31 May, 2018


I watched a documentary once where a Pitcher ate a biggish rodent perhaps yours might eat the crow. I know the feeling I have pigeons knocking y pots over messing on my path which gets covered in minutes from the over hanging tree from next door they gofor the flowers on the tree which goes all over my path then pecking at my plants.

1 Jun, 2018


Ha, ha, 3pb, not the right sort of pitcher plant! It could eat the rat as well.

6 Jun, 2018


What a shame if I thought it would eat oigeins I would by 5 lol yes rats and all Siris get them too.

7 Jun, 2018



20 Jun, 2018

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